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Emergencies Ministry calls to resettle 511 families from Jalal-Abad region as they live in hazardous zones.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations has called to resettle 511 families from Jalal-Abad region as they live in hazardous zones.

"Local self-governments failed to resettle the families in line with the schedule, said Deputy Chief of the Regional Emergencies Ministry's Department Asan Sulaimanov.

In addition, regional and town commissions do not perform activities on the resettlement of families from the hazardous zones.

2 thousand 979 families were affected by natural occurrences in Jalal-Abad region from 2002 to 2014. 1 thousand 851 families have been resettled to a safe place, while the total of 1 thousand 128 families today live in the same conditions.

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